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>> >> about $35 million in the first year and an additional $52 million in the second year. >> at the same time we've already over the last several months gotten estimates from the retirement system as well as health rates. so this is a savings.
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finally the last line reflects the information the controller just provided to you. so we have about $43 million in additional fund balance. that is showing the final amount and bringing down the shortfalls in short years. at the moment we are working to balance the budget. there are a number of other pieces that we are working to address including as the controller mentioned how does the revenue picture that is that we are seeing reflected in the nine 9 months report translate into budget for next year and we
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are work is closely on that. i know there is discussion about the committee on the eoa fire department and how that will fit into our budget projection. you heard about the issue of the power rates at hetch hetchy enterprise and as well as the additional federal cuts for hiv and aids services. we are looking to include that in our budget. the language access ordinance has now identified tagalog which is an additional language accommodated as part of that language access ordinance. we are also figuring to understand the impact of any minimum wage proposal that might go forward to the ballot and how to accommodate that in the budget. i know there are discussions around city hall about what do we do with the children's fund and to the degree that it increases. that will have an effect on the
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financial outlook of the city. in terms of balancing we are working with the department with solutions that they have proposed to us and finalizing those solutions as well as other citywide solutions over the next 2 weeks. happy to answer any questions you may have. >> thank you. colleagues, any questions? the mayor's budget director? okay. thank you very much. we'll open this item up for public comment. seeing nobody in the chambers, public comment is closed. colleagues, can i have a motion to file the nine 9-month report. >> so moved. >> we can take that without objection. >> madam clerk, do we have any further business ahead of us? >> no, mr. chair. >> thank you. we are adjourned. [ meeting is adjourned ] >> >>
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>> good afternoon. welcome to the san francisco full board of supervisors of tuesday, may 13, 2014. madam clerk, madam clerk, please call the roll. >> supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. president chiu. supervisor cowen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim.
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supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. mr. president, all members are present >> ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all >> colleagues we have our april 8th can i have a motion to approve the minutes. we'll take that without objection. minutes are approved >> any communications. >> for the appeal parcel map as the street address on waller streets we've received a communication open april 30th, 2014, from the appellant
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withdrawing their appeal therefore with the consumption with john gibner, deputy city attorney their doomed tamped by operation of law. >> madam clerk, why not our if 2:00 p.m. special order. >> the policy discussion brown with the honorable mayor ed lee and the board of supervisors for district one. the mayor may address the board up to 5 immunes and the chair will recognize the speaker up to 5 minutes >> thank you madam clerk, mr. mayor week to question time. >> thank you and thanks for having me today supervisors that is a special week in san francisco the national small property owner week we're celebrating our open spaces highlighting their contributions to our economy and neighborhoods and this week is a good reminder
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to support of the open spaces and shop 0 locally we're supporting our small businesses with our initiative that provides customized assistance to meet the neighborhood and their commercial corridor we're providing grants and technical assistance and loans and tentative improvements to be job creators no our city and streamlining our permitting premises. for the san francisco small property owner week i'm housh a group of businesses that reflect the innovation of our communities. those (calling names) hampton creek foods and electronic bike super store and the brewery and others. let's celebrate our exemplifies small property owner community and thousands of dedicated
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individual that work everyday to make the unique san francisco experience for us all and to move people around the city to our neighborhoods we'll need a transportation system it's safe and reliable and affordable i'll be joining supervisor tang for the $5 million transportation bond that will invest in a transportation network and will improve and mooning and improve our bicycle network it's time to create a better san francisco for this generation and certainly for those to come without raising property taxi hope the board that join me in making a transportation system our city deserves with that, on to today's question and one question supervisor mar >> thank you president chiu and
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mayor ed lee for coming to the balboa theatre and meeting with the small property owner leaders. mayor ed lee san francisco is now the city with the fastest it growing gap between rich and poor we haven't raised our minimum wage in a decade i was part of a grassroots program that raised minimum wage 10 years ago and san francisco and oakdale has raised their minimum wage and some labor groups want to increase it to $15 an hour i applaud that it is a significant jump to make a difference in people lives at the same time i'm sensitive to the small property owner who worry about their ability to cover additional salary costs and the
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impacts at the bottom. can you share what level your consider increasing the winging and how you're going to mitigate the impact on small property owners >> thank you supervisor mar. increasing the minimum wage is one of my priorities no 2014 i know that a few dollars an hour can help and san francisco should lead by example back in 2004 led by labor and big and small property owners and workers rights groups our city fraufd approved the highest wrj to be a progressive leader that values working families when our minimum wage of 8 sdlrz and 50 since in 2004 it was the highest in the nation and the increase along the pricing index we still have the highest
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minimum wage at 10 and $0.40 avsh an hour i'm sure you're aware of the minimum wage has not kept pace with the true cost of living in san francisco. i believe that now it is time to address the fact and let's make it easier for the haishgd residents and families to get by it's part of the larger national movement 6 states passed the minimum wage and 25 states are currently working on initiative to raise their minimum wage. there's been a very big push by president obama and the members of congress to raise the federal minimum wage and we're state of to see republicans talking about this human resources the naturalists i scombraufts it hit one dollar $0.60 an hour that
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one dollar and 60s will be worthy more. the time for action is now and the place is right here locally. i am long with supervisor kim and others working closely with labor unions and advocates and nonprofit representatives to creativity one measure we can put on the ballot this november. i'm proud we're engaging in minimum wage groups to work together. i want to personally thank the members of our board of supervisors who are participating. a higher minimum wage will have measurable impacts on the bottom line for nonprofits and businesses that's where why we have to work together. but a higher minimum wage will have measurable impacts on our residents and their ability to
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afford groceries and muni passes and other essential items. we must take a serious base for ray's minimum wage i'm completely completed this year and hope we can all join together to support one consensus measure. i'm encouraged by the conversations with all the stakeholders including advocates and unions and nonprofits. san francisco needs a minimum wage and will continue thank you. that constructs question times for today thank you mr. mayor. madam clerk, please read calendar >> the calendar, are considered to be routine and may be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the commission. there will be no separate discussion of these items. >> colleagues would anyone like
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to sever 0 those. >> on item it through 7. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cowen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. supervisor mar. supervisor tang. there are 11 i's. those ordinances are finally passed item 8 >> is an item to appropriate 4 hundred plus in sailors for funds and reappropriate that same amount for the projected increases in the emergency operating budget in 2014-2015 for 506r789 same house, same call? the ordinance is passed. >> item 9 is amend the police
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work to ban the graffiti and tools into parks or on muni transportation vehicles and extending the process and creating potential remedies to offices on public permit. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is finally passed. >> next item. >> item 10 to retrofitly work with the office of economic workforce development to extend a hundred and $50,000 grant to host a small property owner center 2014 and amend the will annual salary ordinance with the office of economic workforce development. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is passed on the first responder item 11 a. >> to retrofitly to extend $130,000 grant to support of the development of the creeks peaks
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connect our trail. >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted. item 12 >> item twelve is retroactive have one agreement too think transportation agency or auto return from july 2015. >> to authorize the sthefdz to extend a lease with for approximately 37 month per month from may 31st to may i 2019. same house, same call? this resolution is adapted >> item 14 is a resolution inform authorize and spend a
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hundred thousand how does grant through 2014. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is adapted. >> next item resolution to approve the ports commission for autodesk in the northern waterfront with a hundred and 11 month term commencing upon the board approval 20023. same house, same call? this resolution is adapted >> item 16 is a resolution to approve and authorize the execution of a lease agreement and related areas on plot with ed ford express with 8.6 million with one year option to extend. >> same house, same call? next. >> to approve the special trait fair between the city and rapid transmitted districts through
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june 2020 and not to exceed 25 mile. >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted. >> item 18 to authorize the transfer agreement to expire june 30th between the city and package street for the transfer of real property for the development of a 16 unit affordable housing. >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapted item 19. a resolution to determine that the transfer of an off sale premises to premises on howard street unit 2 to 9 to one 01 will serve the convenience of the city and same house, same call? this resolution is adapted >> it is to determine little transfer of on sale premises
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license to 250 columbus avenue will serve the public convenience. >> same house, same call? next item. this is determining the transfer of on sale general license from 1016 california street to another allocation doorknobs will serve is public convenience >> same house, same call? this resolution is adapt. >> item 22 to amend the tax regulations campaign environment health metropolitan elections to make non-substantive changes. >> same house, same call? this ordinance is passed on the first responder. colleagues let's skip over our special items item 232 >> was considered by the oversight committee on thursday may 8 and was forwarded to the
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board it's on ordinance to study the community aggregation program for the electric customers 2, 3, 4 san francisco with the merry run clean energy. >> supervisor avalos thank you president chiu. for 10 years it san francisco has worked to establish a pc a clean power sf. last year actually in august or september of 2012 the board of supervisors gave continual approval to the program and the public utilities commission blocked it's implementation and the clean power sf sometimes portray it as radical or rick risky but there's a merry run clean energy that's been working
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it began serving customers in 2010 and in 2013 they stand to include richmond past contra costa county they serve one hundred and thirty customers they over a light green service that's cheaper pan pg&e and a deep green service that offices one hundred percent renewable energy over the pg&e rate. the merry run clean energy has a renewable energy that creates jobs they'll be offering a local number of customers a benefit to buy one hundred percent locally generated solar power they'll pay a price premium located in
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for 20 years. it's safe to bet it pg&e dirty power will be more expensive so this product offered by merry run energy will be cost saving. in 2008, san francisco impacted an ambitious plan with emissions limits everyday we hear new reports about the scientific certainty that climate change it real and happening faster than we can imagine, however, san francisco is not active. the strategy states that moving to one hundred percent renewable energy is the best way to reduce green house gas emissions and the clean power roll out of a thirty wait power program will eliminate 2 point and 50
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thousand plus tons of carbon dioxide every why were so clean power contributes to 1 hundred and 35 u 45 metric tons of carbon dioxide so since the public commission failed to pass this san francisco has 31 thousand tons of translates to 86 pound of carbon monoxide. this will help to study the feasibility partnering that them. they're a process for smaller jurisdictions to join them but have not yet done so for larger cities like san francisco. the don the merry run officer is open to working with us they
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need is an official request from us. once we pass this ordinance and bring clean energy aboard it will pay from our cca fund it will be up to our board and pg&e to determine if we want to move forward. moving to one hundred percent renewable energy will be helpful the mayor has not moved for resolution with that resolution we can join merry run but no longer afford to do nothing colleagues, i hope you support in >> supervisor mar. >> thanks to supervisor avalos and climate action advocates for keeping this issue 0 at the
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forefront. i said to say this ordinance is necessary essential given the failure of the 4r50i89s commission and the mayors effort inform not support green power sf. in meeting with many of the local leaders from merry run and richmond i think it's absolutely necessary we looked at climate change as a recreational problem so cropping with our colleagues across the bay in richmond i support solar it's not enough. professor jacobson an expert says unless we change our decisions to oil we're endespairing the future